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Construction Defects & Damage Claims

Construction Defects & Damage Claims

Construction defects on commercial or residential property can lead to untold amounts of money being lost: by the occupant for having to repair the damage or to the builder for losing business.

If you are a builder, developer, contractor, subcontractor, or property owner, the lawyers of the Nialis Law Group can represent you in high-stakes litigation related to construction defects or damage claims. From our law firm in Orange, California, our experienced team can determine the best way to resolve your claim. We can defend or prosecute claims related to:

  • Building code violations

  • Foundation and other structural damage

  • Leaking roof

  • Water and mold damage

We Can Help You Resolve Your Construction Dispute

While our law firm brings more than 30 years of legal experience in all types of real litigation to the table, we also have a vast network of professional experts to call on. We can work with engineers, builders and architects to determine the extent of any damage and where the problem originated.

Call Attorneys Who Can Take Your Case To Trial If Necessary

Our attorneys will work efficiently but effectively to help you build the strongest possible case. We can offer the same extensive legal knowledge and resources of many of Orange County's largest law firms at a fraction of the price. We will use those skills to help you find the best way to resolve your case in a way that protects the interests of you and your business. That includes a trial if it is necessary to help you defend your case or recover compensation.

To learn more about the Nialis Law Group and how we can help, contact us via email or call (714) 634-8001.

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